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Pierre-Luc Vibert, Physiotherapist, Kinesiologist

Pierre-Luc Vibert

Pierre-Luc is from Dalhousie, NB. Since a young age Pierre-Luc participated in many sports and injured himself a few times, which exposed him to the world of physiotherapy.
Pierre-Luc began his university journey at the Université de Moncton in kinesiology where he began working with sports teams as a student therapist. His academic career brought him in the nation's capital to continue his education in occupational therapy and physiotherapy while pursuing his career as a sports therapist with hockey and soccer teams, among others.
Pierre-Luc continues to support his most recent evidence / research assessments and treatments to maximize the potential for rehabilitation / recovery. 

In addition, with his background as an occupational therapist and physiotherapist, he has a rich repertoire of assessments and techniques to make his approach holistic and doubly client-centered.
Pierre-Luc values the therapeutic relationship that is built with his clients. They have the chance to ask questions to feel in control of their rehabilitation. Pierre-Luc likes to talk, to learn from his clients, and particularly appreciates to transmit his knowledge to equip them to live successes and thus to return to their significant activities (leisure / sport / work).
With Pierre-Luc, one thing is certain; you’ll start moving!!

University Training

  • Master of Science in Physiotherapy, University of Ottawa, 2009

  • Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy, University of Ottawa, 2007

  • Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Université de Moncton, 2003

Continuing Education

  • Certification: APTEI lower extremity, Barham Jam

  • Certification: APTEI upper extremity, Barham Jam

  • Shoulder Part 1 and 2 APTEI, Barham Jam

  • Hip level 1 APTEI, Barham Jam

  • Matherson Functional Capacity Evaluation

  • Mckenzie (A-B-C-D) Cervical, thoracic, lumbar and extremities, Mckenzie Institute

  • Acupuncture level AA1 AFCI

  • Neuroproprioceptive Taping, Gilles Courchenes

  • First Responder / RCR / Instructor, Canadian ski patrol

  • Temporomandibular joint management, (Jaw) APTEI courses

Professional Experiences

  • Physiotherapist for the New Brunswick delegation to Cote d'Ivoire for the Games of La Francophonie, 2017.

  • Physiotherapist / First Responder at Women's World Soccer Tournament, Moncton, 2015.

  • Student therapist with the University Men's hockey team, Ottawa Gee Gee’s (5 seasons) and Moncton Aigles Bleus (2 seasons)

Integrated Fields

  • Orthopedics, post-operative

  • TMJ (jaw)

  • Vestibular

  • Hand therapy

  • Sports Physiotherapy

  • Injury prevention

  • Ergonomics at work

  • Concussion

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